State Superintendent, Dr. Steven Paine, Associate Superintendent, Dr. Kathy Dantoni along with Chris Miller and the the Dutch Miller Auto Group cheered on recent Simulated Workplace graduates as they signed ceremonial employment letters.

Dutch Miller President Chris Miller also announced that the new hires will receive a $500 signing bonus and $1,000 worth of new tools to start their auto technician careers.

 Congratulations to these bright young workers entering into promising careers!

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